Lower back pain spoiling your riding fun?

4DflexiSPORT has used combined medical and rider expertise to create a belt specially designed for relieving rider lower back pain.

Unique features provide effective support both in and out of the saddle instilling confidence for riding and looking after your horse.

Feels like a second skin

The Equibelt contours the waist and hips and offers a light in weight low-profile fit, thanks to the use of innovative fabrics exclusive to the 4DflexiSPORT brand.

A woven Polyester structure allows air to circulate freely, wicking away moisture and retaining warmth for improved blood and nerve flow reducing the risk of muscle spasms, stiffness and back pain.

Specially designed for horse riders

Extra-depth at the front 
Holds the belly in encouraging an upright position in the saddle.

Side stays offer extra reinforcement 
Helping avoid the pelvis collapsing inwards when riding a circle.

Custom tension control 
Easy tension adjustment allows you to choose the level of support that best suits your needs. 

Extra-wide tension control hip-pulls 
Designed to support the pelvic area evenly providing stability and a quieter stronger seat.
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Benefits of the EquiBelt


Provides a sense of position in the saddle through biofeedback. Encourages engagement of core muscles and strengthens rider posture and position in the saddle.


Our woven Polyester fabrics offer unique non-sweat comfort whilst delivering powerful, effective support.

Since Polyester is commonly used in clothing it is unlikely to cause irritation so your belt can be worn directly on the skin. And thanks to its low profile, it fits neatly under a back protector or a fitted jacket and, if preferred, over clothing. Whenever you wear garments underneath, keep in mind that they may slide up, so remember to tuck in before fitting your belt.

Plastic stays ensure compliance and accreditation with the International Sports Council, allowing it to be worn in competitions..


Research confirms that fear of moving during painful bouts prevents activity. Wearing the EquiBelt serves to encourage movement in the correct way preventing unwanted over-twisting and shearing in the lower back.

It has been shown to alleviate and prevent sciatic nerve pain episodes and can be worn after a back injury as part as a rehabilitation programme.

The science

The EquiBelt covers from L1 to L5 of the lumbar spine. Its extra deep front closure fit, when tensioned, holds the tummy in increasing circumferential intra-abdominal pressure at the lower spine area internally as well as from the outside.

Both sacroiliac joints and the pubic symphysis joint are firmly supported for improved pelvic stability.

Airflow warmth is generated encouraging blood and nerve flow through the muscles avoiding spasming and relieving back pain, sciatica and stiffness.

Can be worn at night in bed but must not be overly tightened.

CAUTION: In common with all belts worn around the abdomen, loosen off when sitting and when eating.

Always seek medical advice for severe or persistent back pain.

Suitable for


Provided your Bursitis in not due to an infection then supporting the groin and surrounding muscles, using the EquiBelt would relieve the ache and help prevent further damage to the Bursa. It is also more comfortable to sleep with a pillow between your knees. Aligning the body can both prevent and treat this condition.


Sacroiliitis causes pain at the base of the spine and often more on one side than the other. The support needed is around the hips and thanks to the contouring fit of the EquiBelt it extends down over this area. It's shaped design means that it is not pushed up by upper leg action when riding.

Fibromyalgia - base of spine, pelvis and hip

The EquiBelt will provide pain relief in the region of the lower back that it covers. Since Fibromyalgia affects many areas of the body it is difficult to indicate the level of pain relief that wearing support would achieve.


Spondylolisthesis is a condition where spinal vertebrae slip forward over one another. This is often caused when the crack of a pars fracture (spondylolysis) affects both sides of connection between the lamina and pedicles. Support should be used carefully without over-straightening as this may cause the disc to be squeezed putting pressure on the nerve. Find a comfortable position and use the EquiBelt to maintain that position. Ensure the tension of the belt is enough to stabilise the pelvis but not drastically affect posture. This will go a long way to preventing muscle spasm. The important thing is not to try to improve posture but to maintain it.

What people say about us

Great Tool And Support In One.

Very comfortable and excellent support whilst riding, keeps the neutral spine perfectly and really helps me stay focused with my core. Great tool and support in one.

Ruth McCorkindale 

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Great Support

A great lumbar support, wear it each time I ride.

Claire Manville 

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Really Comfortable

This is really comfortable, especially as it doesn't contain Neoprene. It has double adjustability and plastic stays which are very supportive and don't dig in. I bend and lift regularly and this has really helped. The company is great too.


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Excellent Support For Stable Duties And Riding

I want to say how brilliant this belt is and give it 5 stars..
I have been wearing the EquiBelt for stable duties and riding and it gives excellent support. I broke my back last year and have long term spine issues as a result. It takes away the pain I suffer from these activities.

Kath Hartley

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Makes All The Difference

It truly made all the difference.
Love this I wear it every day, has definitely helped me.

Patricia Davie

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The EquiBelt


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horse rider equibelt size chart in inches. waist 23-27 UK size S. 28-34 UK size M. 35-39 UK size L. 40-48 UK size 20+ XL
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rider wearing EquiBelt back support belt
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horse rider equibelt
horse rider back belt
horse rider equibelt size chart in inches. waist 23-27 UK size S. 28-34 UK size M. 35-39 UK size L. 40-48 UK size 20+ XL
lumbar belt on showjumper
 rider wearing back support belt
rider wearing back support belt, back view
rider wearing EquiBelt back support belt
side view of rider wearing back support belt
correct way to lift

Do you have any question?

  1. Has this been assessed by Orthopaedics or physio?
    As with all of our products, the belt has been designed in conjunction with The Harley Street Spine Clinic, Orthopaedic surgeon Mr Ian Bayley and a team of independent physiotherapists as well as professional riders.
  2. Will it work for me?
    We're all familiar with the effects that sudden explosive movement can have. And with horse riding there's always plenty of heavy lifting work. 

    Wearing the EquiBelt when lifting and twisting is benificial whether you have back issues or not. For specific ailments wearing a belt will go a long way to relieving pain and also provides greater independence.

  3. What size will I need?
    Please refer to our Size Guide for sizing. The EquiBelt runs true to UK standard sizing, but if in doubt go the next size up. 
  4. Is it easy to fit?
    EquiBelt is even easier than putting on a headcollar. A few simple moves and you're good to go. Take a look at the diagram and see for yourself...
  5. How long does delivery take, and how much will it cost me?
    All orders are dispatched straightaway on a tracked service through Royal Mail and take approximately 2-3 working days to arrive. Delivery is usually free however, if postage was applied the charge it would be around £5.00.
  6. Can I wash the EquiBelt?
    Yes, the EquiBelt is to launder and machine washable at 30 or 40 degrees. It air dries fast or can also be tumble dried.
    The belt has VELCRO® Brand fastener hook parts so remember to place it in a net laundry bag. This will prevent damage to other items being washed with it and will also extend the life of the Velcro parts.
  7. Where is the EquiBelt made?
    We are proud to say we manufacture the EquiBelt here in Great Britain at our facility near Grantham in Lincolnshire. 
  8. Can I exchange it?
    Yes of course, you can either exchange the EquiBelt for another size or for a different product entirely (may be subject to additional cost if the item is more expensive).

    Simply post the belt back including your name and order number and a short message telling us what size you'd like instead. 

    All orders are confirmed by email therefore it is easy for you to find your order details.
  9. What happens if I don't like it?
    Simply send it back for a refund. We would respectfully ask you to include a little note with your name and order number so that we can identify your order. No reason is necessary but any feedback is always welcome.